An autonomous community of self-supporting peers in recovery from addiction. Beach House Recovery is an unconventional, twelve step drug and alcohol recovery community for men located on the beautiful shores of Brunswick County, North Carolina. WE ARE NOT a medical detox or professional rehabilitation center. We offer an alternative faith-based approach with a unique commitment to self-support and fair labor standards. THIS IS NOT another work therapy or fundraising program and WE NEVER use uncompensated labor or social service benefits. We represent a counter movement based on fair wages, ethical practices and affordable long-term housing. Our limited liability company is NCARR certified, our outreach is 501c3 registered, and our hybrid organization is commercially insured.

Maggie and Erma's House, Inc. was founded on June 10, 2002 and is a nonprofit 9 to 12 month program for women recovering from alcohol and drug abuse. Maggie and Erma's House is a seven-bed, 12 step recovery home that offers structure, discipline, guidance and support.

Maggie and Erma's House is for women who are serious about turning their lives around and who want an exceptional family home with other women who are just as serious. If you want relief from drugs and alcohol, Maggie and Erma's house offers women what they need in a compassionate environment designed to offer long lasting recovery and personal fulfillment.

Maggie and Erma's House is a faith based organization that does not discriminate against anyone based on their religion, race or creed . We also gladly accept donations from anyone!

Capstone Recovery Center Inc. provides a safe Godly environment where women whose lives have been affected by prescription/illicit drug abuse, and/or other life-controlling issues, can be educated and encouraged to lead fully functional lives as productive citizens in the community.

The Center offers a 12 bed residential program, and a non-residential program for the purpose of healing the whole person. Residential clients are provided housing. Both residential and non-residential clients receive life skills training, individual and group counseling, computer training, and employment training. Upon completion of the program, they will be equipped to establish themselves as positive, productive members of the community.

We are an adult male center. We minister to men ages 18 and older. We serve men anywhere in NC or across our country. Our goal is "To introduce hope and healing to individuals with life-controlling problems through a personal, loving relationship with Jesus Christ so they may live successfully in society." We focus on helping them become whole persons: mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well and spiritually alive.

Malachi House II, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization operating with a staff who are committed to providing a safe and trusting environment where men can recover from life-controlling issues, such as drug and alcohol addiction. When a participant enrolls in Malachi House II, he not only receives food, clothing and shelter, he also embarks on a journey that will assist him in developing a personal relationship with God, expand his education, obtain new job skills and develop a positive work resume.

All of these measures are necessary to ensure that each student receives the spiritual, emotional, physical and vocational training required to overcome problems that lead to addiction.

In order to graduate, each student is required to complete a comprehensive chemical dependency education program and a minimum of six courses of group studies.

Our desire is to give men hope, as well as to provide them with the tools needed to overcome chemical dependency and become successful in every aspect of their life. Your continual support will enable us to empower and impact the lives of men, their families, and the community.

We provide a home-like environment that supports long-term recovery from Substance Use Disorders. Participation in our program can last anywhere from six months to 2+ years. During the first 30 days, new participants are on the buddy system for support in learning their way around town, house procedures, and attending daily meetings; more experienced participants practice giving back by stepping into this leadership role for newcomers. 

Attending Intensive Outpatient classes at PORT Human Services will take approximately one and a half to three months to complete. This program assures at our participants are learning skills and knowledge to empower a new lifestyle. After completing IOP classes residents are guided toward the most appropriate community partner, whether it is Vocational Rehabilitation, the VOLT Center, or others, to assist them in finding employment.

A male recovery residence program with life skills and personal development training, job placement support, recovery case management, coaching, and peer support. A residential recovery program, Realize U 252, equips individuals and families to realize a new beginning after addiction. This is accomplished by promoting spiritual development, vocational training, education, case management, peer support, and continuing care. The Realize U 252 Campus of Hope is more than just an addiction recovery residence; it’s an academy for human potential and personal growth.

Serving others with many hands and one heart.

Hope Mission of Carteret County, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. Hope Mission serves the Carteret County community by providing food, shelter, emergency financial assistance, and other means of support such as emotional support, mentoring and counseling.

The mission of Hope Mission Ministries is addressing the needs of poverty, homelessness, and substance abuse in Carteret County.

At Hope Mission, we believe that homeless folks and those that are on the edge or have substance abuse issues have lost their sense of identity. Much of the time that loss of a sense of identity is because of the disconnection from family and community. These folks feel as though they are standing alone against the whole world. And they become discouraged from thinking that life can ever be any better. They lose hope. At Hope Mission, we do everything we can to give them back that sense of belonging. We believe this is vital to their ability to transition back to the full and rewarding lives God intended them to live.

Hope Recovery Homes, Inc. is a twenty-four-hour nonprofit facility established for the purposes of shelter care and recovery from alcohol or other drug addiction through a 12-step, self-help, peer role modeling, and self-governance approach. 

Hope Recovery Homes, Inc. utilizes comprehensive evidence based, best practices guidance for its “in house” and “wrap around*” services for all participants. We partner with RHA, Port and Carteret Counseling Services so that participants may receive clinical assistance as well. The program length is approximately 180 days. Hope Recovery Homes has 40 beds total. 3 men's homes and 1 women's home.

Loaves and Fishes of Beaufort strives to serve the needs of our community in the best and most effective way possible while bringing Glory to our God. We envision more churches, organizations and individuals joining us in the cause of helping others in Jesus' name.

Our goal is to minister to the whole person, physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. Our treatment program is person-centered, comprehensive, and specifically designed for men. We believe that each person should be treated as an individual with unique needs, strengths, goals, and desires. We use various evidence-based materials.

The cornerstone of Loaves and Fishes recovery program is our faith in the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ to change lives. It is only when men realize that the power to change does not reside within themselves, but rather in relinquishing control of their lives to God the Father, that change is possible. Our clients participate in daily devotions, Bible study, and group therapy. The men also participate in weekly church services, prayer meetings, and encouragement meetings. 9 bed facility.

Oxford House Pasteur is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. This facility accepts women only. Every Oxford house represents an effective and low cost method of preventing relapse. A representative of each House in the Chapter meets with the others on a monthly basis, to exchange information, to seek resolution of problems in a particular House, and to express that Chapter's vote on larger issues.  The women of Oxford House Pasteur pay all the expenses related to the maintenance of the house. This house accommodates 8 residents. This sober house is part of a larger non-profit network.

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